LTO Ultrium technolgy - the standard in high-capacity, high-reliability data storage
As database and Internet-related applications require greater data storage and critical operations demand minimized downtime due to backup operations, new cost-effective solutions are needed. LTO Ultrium ultra-high-capacity tape is such a solution. With storage capacity of up to 800 GB (2:1 compressed; 400 GB native) and data-transfer rates of up to 80 - 160 MB/s (2:1 compressed; 40 - 80 MB/s native), LTO Ultrium tape cartridges serve the needs of network servers, enterprise computers and other demanding environments. And FUJIFILM's advanced tape technologies, including its innovative servo-writing and ATOMM technologies, translate into solid reliability as well as high performance.
Large storage capacity
High recording density is a crucial factor in tape capacity and FUJIFILM draws on its long experience in tape manufacture technologies to create tapes with up to 800 GB (2:1 com-pressed; 400 GB native) capacity on a single cartridge, to meet the needs of the most demanding applications.
FUJIFILM's patented ATOMM tech-nology incorporates a unique ultra-thin dual-coating system that contributes to the remarkable durability and stability of LTO Ultrium cartridges. The tape also incorporates an improved PEN* basefilm that is very stable under environmental change - an important consideration in a medium which has been designed to withstand years of heavy daily use and extended archival storage. *PEN: Polyethylenenaphthalate
Amazingly high transfer speeds Increased performance (measured by higher transfer speeds) means less time spent on backups and archive operations and greater overall efficiency. LTO Ultrium datacartridges deliver impressive data transfer rates of 80 - 160 MB/s (2:1 compressed; 40 - 80 MB/s native).
FUJIFILM servo technology LTO Ultrium technology relies heavily on timing-based, high-precision servo control to achieve its remarkable performance levels. LTO Ultrium data cartridge uses dual servo tracks that have been precisely written along the entire length of each of its four data bands, for extremely fine placement control and redundancy in the event of tape damage.